Dr. T. Berry Brazelton's Touchpoints Child Development Series to DVD on October 10

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ConsumerVision will release Dr. T. Berry Brazelton's popular three-volume child development videos series on a single DVD on October 10. In Touchpoints, Dr. Brazelton addresses the common concerns of expectant and new parents and guides parents of infants and toddlers through their child's physical, emotional, and behavioral development.

Nobody knows more about babies than Dr. T. Berry Brazelton. In Touchpoints, Dr. Brazelton addresses the universal concerns of expectant parents and guides parents of infants and toddlers through the "Touchpoints" of their child's physical, emotional, and behavioral development. Touchpoints is essential viewing for new parents and caregivers.

What are Touchpoints? Dr. Brazelton defines Touchpoints as times that precede a rapid growth in learning for both child and parent. Parents who can anticipate these natural and predictable developmental growth spurts and the attendant regressions have a great opportunity to support their child's growth and avoid struggles.

Touchpoints consists of three parts: Pregnancy, Birth & The First Weeks of Life, The First Month Through The First Year, and One Year Through Toddler. Topics covered include:

Pregnancy, Delivery, Bonding, Calming and Crying, Becoming a Family, Feeding, Sleep, Stranger Anxiety, Parental Jealousy, Cognitive Development, Motor Skills, Standing/Walking, Negativism, Tantrums, Sibling Rivalry, Discipline, Spoiling, and Toilet Training.

The Touchpoints DVD is 132 minutes and has a $19.98 SRP. It can be purchased at http://www.touchpointsdvd.com.

T. Berry Brazelton, M.D., founder of the Child Development Unit at Children's Hospital Boston, is Clinical Professor of Pediatrics Emeritus at Harvard Medical School and Professor of Pediatrics and Human Development at Brown University.

ConsumerVision, Inc. is a leading supplier of videos for parents and young children.

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